Monday, April 23, 2012

Michael Finger From Down Under with Viviane Nguyen

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Melbourne-based photographer Michael Finger of Nishimachi Photography, has brought us the cool photos from his shoot with model Viviane Nguyen and three awesome cars.  Besides the photos, he even has an instructional behind-the-scene video [ext link]. as well.  That's fantastic!  Great job Michael!!  Here are more details about his shoot...

 The shoot involved three cars at Chasers Motorworks in West Melbourne,
Victoria, Australia. The cars are; Nissan Skyline GT-R (BCNR33), Nissan
200SX (S14), Nissan Skyline GT-R "NISMO S-Tune" (BNR34).

With years of experience in the performance car scene, Chasers Motorworks is
known for tuning most makes and models of Japanese, European and Australian
cars. Success in all forms of motor sports has proven Chasers Motorworks's
competence in the industry.  http://chasers.com.au/


My team consisted of Swan from Magic Dust Makeovers: http://www.magicdustmakeovers.com/ . Swan expertly styled the models hair and two make up styles. Model Viviane Nguyen is one of the hottest and most professional models I have worked with. Check out more of her here: http://www.vivianemodel.com/


Photographer Michael Finger has been producing images since his high school years (spending free periods and lunch time in the darkroom).

Starting in photography part-time, devoted to the sport of Rallying in the mid nineties, he has expanded on his Rally event photography inspired by the style of World-renowned Rally photographer, Reinhard Klien.





 With previous experience studying Diploma of Photography at Photography Studies College Melbourne, Michael decided to establish a direction to his varying mix of photography.



He has recently found himself photographing models and cars together, bringing his passion for cars and interest in photographing models for portfolio purposes. See more of his work here http://nishimachi.com.au/ and check out his Facebook and Twitter.



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